The One In – One Out Principle

So if you didn’t know, I like to think of myself as a minimalist. I adopted this practice a short time ago and have definitely seen the benefits of my new lifestyle. Later on I will definitely right about the pros and cons to minimalism, but right now I want to talk about a wayContinue reading “The One In – One Out Principle”

Being Minimalist: When is Too Little Too Much?

When it comes to minimalism, living with less is supposed to give the user a sense of peace and also help them understand what is most important in their life. There are many people who self-identify as minimalists posting videos on YouTube with the title “Everything I Own.” These videos are only about 5 –Continue reading “Being Minimalist: When is Too Little Too Much?”

The Best Ways to Survive Finals

Right now it’s one of the most stressful times of the year. It comes with the rise of energy drinks sales in college towns and the deadness in the air of all students silently giving up at the same time. If this is your first time studying for college finals, or maybe you’ve been aroundContinue reading “The Best Ways to Survive Finals”

Some Houseplants You Can Buy on Amazon.

It is no secret that I absolutely love houseplants and would come home with one each time I go to the garden center if I could. I find myself wanting more plants during the winter season. Just something about the cold and sparse winter wonderland makes me want to look at something a bit moreContinue reading “Some Houseplants You Can Buy on Amazon.”

Products to Make Dorm Life Easier

Maybe you are still in high school and planning on attending college in the fall, or maybe you are a current college student looking for ways to make your dorm more homey and even more functional. Here are some amazing products that will definitely help you out. Mini Fridge Hanging Dish Storage This thing wasContinue reading “Products to Make Dorm Life Easier”

My Love and Addiction to Houseplants

I grew up on a small farm in Iowa and was always outside as a kid. One thing that has stuck with me throughout my own growing years, is the love of plants and growing them. The springtime gives me the opportunity to amass more houseplants for my room and learn how to take careContinue reading “My Love and Addiction to Houseplants”

How I Found My Perfect Prom Dress for Under $50

Oh prom… the pinnacle event of every school year. Hours of work go into the decorations and theme, and everyone goes all out on formal wear for that one special night. Teens on average can spend anywhere from $500 to over $1000 according to surveys conducted by Visa and Yahoo Style. That’s on everything, theContinue reading “How I Found My Perfect Prom Dress for Under $50”

Why I Only Wear Mascara

I’ve always seemed to have a love-hate relationship with makeup. Growing up, my mom didn’t let me wear it until I was about a sophomore in high school, and boy did I go for it when I did. I bought everything that I thought I needed. Foundation that was way too dark, eye shadow thatContinue reading “Why I Only Wear Mascara”

What to Get Rid of in Your Wardrobe

So you want to get rid of a few clothes, huh? Maybe for spring cleaning, maybe for minimalism, or maybe just because. If you’re finding a hard time figuring out what to get rid of and what to keep, then follow these rules for clothes that you should definitely get rid of. 1 – ClothesContinue reading “What to Get Rid of in Your Wardrobe”

My Problem with the Emergence of Disney+ and Other New Streaming Services.

Disney+ officially launched on November 12th, and I’m already sick of paying for four different streaming services in order to watch all of the shows that I want to watch. The whole point of streaming services was to be able to watch whatever you wanted whenever you wanted all for a low price. Netflix startedContinue reading “My Problem with the Emergence of Disney+ and Other New Streaming Services.”